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ETL on Hadoop with Talend

Christophe Antoine of Talend will demonstrate Talend's integration with Hadoop, specifically with respect to managing ETL with Hive.

== BIO ==

Christophe Antoine joined Talend on May 2006 as a R&D Engineer to develop the first public release of Talend Open Studio (released in October 2006). He worked especially on the metadata management and metadata wizards as R&D project manager.

Then Talend and the sales team needed to be supported by a technical guy during the sales meeting and product demonstrations and Christophe was one of the first moving from the R&D department to become a Talend Trainer, then a Consultant and finally a Pre-Sales person. Like he likes to say « I was the first who wanted to shave my geek’s beard; but obviously it wasn’t so difficult because I’m beardless :)

He helped in the opening of the US office in 2007 to recruit technical people and present our solution to the first US Talend’s customer. He transfered a part of the French knowledge in Talend technology to our famous US consultants.

Prior to Talend he worked for Valoris/Sopra (System Integrator); he was in charge of the development and the architecture of the platform (Dematerialization of French public work contract procedures); and he was also in charge of the maintenance of the Issuer Club, a financial application developed for Euronext (prior to become NYSE-Euronext).

Christophe is also a Computer Science teacher for the CNAM (National Arts & Metiers Conservatory) and teaches Dynamic Web technology (PHP/MySQL/Java development) and Talend technology of course :)

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  • Christophe

    Hi team, I would like to thank you all for attending this meetupregarding Talend and performing ETL on Hadoop.

    One question/remaining issue which I was unable to answer during my presentation was why my HiveQL was not showing up into my JobTracker.

    I have been double checking and it's fairly easy to explain.
    If I run my HIVE connection as Standalone on CDH4.2; my HiveQL are running through YARN rather than Jobtracker, so in order to review the statistics, logs etc... I have to check it into the JobHistory console : http://<yourNameNodeHost>:8088/cluster.

    Then I turned my Hive connection to Embedded which listen to the port 9083 rather than 10000; and using it it goes to the JobTracker webconsole (http://<yourNameNodeHost>:50030/jobtracker.jsp).

    Hope it helps all of you to understand how close Talend integrate with Hadoop.

    At the end of the month Talend will release the version 5.4 of our Talend Open Studio for BigData which offer much more features.

    Stay tuned.

    October 7, 2013

  • Stephen Z.

    Thanks Nitin, my only contribution was snacks....Kudos to Christophe! We were fortunate to have him, he is very much in high demand!

    Thank you to PulsePoint for hosting and inviting us!

    September 12, 2013

  • Nitin k.

    Excellent presentation. Very well done by Stephen.

    September 12, 2013

  • Srini


    September 12, 2013

  • Nitin k.

    The topic is very interesting. Is there a live webcast for people like me who cannot attend.
    Would appreciate if this can be recorded and the slides shared.
    Thanks in advance.

    September 11, 2013

    • Christophe

      Hi Nitin, even if we're not able to record this Meetup session, I promise I'll send the slide over to all of you who haven't been able to attend and a webcast URL of a past presentation. Thanks.

      September 11, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Hi.. I am interested to attend this but my status is waiting list. Is there a way to for the people in the waiting list to get confirmed.. Thanks

    September 10, 2013

  • Christophe

    I'm going also to cover what Talend can bring as value proposition not only for ETL with Hive but also with ETL with PIG or ETL with MapReduce program.
    Talend is a Code Generator based; ETL solution oriented on Graphical User Interface.
    No skills, no language required to leverage the power of Hadoop and noSQL for any Data Integration, Data Quality need.
    I'm looking forward to meet all of you next week.

    2 · September 4, 2013

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